Zingaro's shows

“Thirty years of work would require me to look into their chronology. I would like to. But, although I do have many memories of my shows, I remember them in the wrong order. I remember them as the result of an encounter, a feeling, a smell, a music, a country, an audience, but never because of a date, an anniversary, never in the order I have lived them. Of passing time, I know neither the standard nor the measure.”

Bartabas, in L’Almanach Zingaro , Editions Actes Sud, 2014

Zingaro's shows

2021
Cabaret de l'Exil
2021
Entretiens silencieux
2017
Ex anima
2015
On achève bien les anges (Élégies)
2013
Golgota
2011
Calacas
2010
Le centaure et l'animal
2009
Darshan
2006
Battuta
2006
Lever de soleil
2004
Entr'aperçu
2003
Loungta
2000
Triptyk
1997
Éclipse
1994
Chimère
1991
Opéra équestre
1984
Cabaret équestre
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Cabaret de l'Exil

Cabaret of Exile »)

37 years after the creation of his first “Equestrian Cabaret”, Bartabas returns to this convivial way of sharing music and songs that recall a country left but never forgotten and renew the secret link to ancestral roots. This first Cabaret of Exile will celebrate the Yiddish culture and Klezmer music of the Eastern European Jewish communities. Bartabas invites the musicians of Le Petit Mish-Mash and actor Rafaël Goldwaser to join his half-human, half-horse tribe, for a joyful and nostalgic cabaret in the colors of Chagall. An invitation to travel that is meant to be discovered fraternally, over a glass of mulled wine at the Fort d’Aubervilliers in the Zingaro Equestrian Theatre, which is always reinvented.

 

* Online Booking *

 

The Company has put down its suitcases for this show, which will be performed exclusively at the Fort d’Aubervilliers.

A creation by Théâtre équestre Zingaro

Conception, stage direction, scenography: Bartabas

Stage direction Assistant: Emmanuelle Santini

Original Music: Le Petit Mish-Mash: Laurent Clouet, Arianne Cohen-Addad, Marine Goldwaser, Adrian Iordan, Mihai Trestian

Actor: Rafael Goldwaser

Costumes: Marie-Laurence Schakmundès, Sophie Manach, Léa Brémond

Accessories: Samuel Babinet, Delphine Cerf, Franck Demory, Juliette Nozières, Sébastien Puech

Technical Director: Hervé Vincent

Sound: Marjolaine Carme

Lights: Clothilde Hoffman

With:

Bartabas, Yassine El Hor, Nolwen Gehlker, Emilie Jumeaux, Calou Pagnot, Emmanuelle Santini, Hervé Vincent, David Weiser, Messaoud Zeggane

Press Contact: Opus 64

Imagery: Zingaro creation

Photography: © Alfons Alt

Title design: © Ernest Pignon-Ernest

Zingaro Equestrian Theatre is supported by the French Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, DRAC Île-de France, Région Île-de France, le Conseil Départemental de Seine-Saint-Denis and the City of Aubervilliers.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

From October 19th to December 31st, 2021

Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 8:30pm

Sundays at 5:30pm

Rests on Mondays, Thursdays and on Saturday, December 25th

Suitable for all (please note that the “Carré Or” seats (first three rows) are forbidden to children under 7 years old)

Duration: about 1h30

To book your seats, click here

At the Zingaro Theatre, the experience begins before the show!

We welcome you with a convivial and musical atmosphere, from 7pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays and from 4pm on Sundays.

If you wish to, you can eat at the theatre bar before and after the performance.

We kindly remind you that the doors of the theatre will be closed as soon as the performance begins.

The reception at the theatre is an integral part of the “Zingaro experience”, so we strongly recommend you arrive at least 30 minutes before the performance!

 

HOW TO GET THERE?

The Zingaro Equestrian Theatre is located at 176 avenue Jean Jaurès 93300 AUBERVILLIERS.

By métro: Line n°7 to the station “Fort d’Aubervilliers”. The closest exit to the theatre is the exit n°1 “Avenue Jean Jaurès”; the entrance to the theatre is about 100 meters away from the metro.

By bike: The closest Vélib’ station is station n°33016 “Fort d’Aubervilliers” (less than 5 minutes’ walk). You can also park your personal bike at the bike parking hoops in front of the theater, which will be guarded.

By car (if you really cannot do without it!): you will access the Theatre through the Porte de La Villette, following the direction “Le Bourget”.

 

RATES

21€ to 52€

From September 1st, we will offer a discount to jobseekers, residents of Aubervilliers and students, booking by phone only: +33 (0)1 48 39 54 17. Please prepare your supporting document in order to get this discount!

We thank people with reduced mobility for booking their places with btoblive@fnac.com, so that we can ensure the best possible welcome!

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Entretiens silencieux

Nowadays, I take more and more pleasure in being alone with my horses, very early in the morning, before the life of men starts. At sunrise, in silence and concentration, is when the body and mind are most available for deep listening. As a performer, I am searching for these moments, which are impossible to recreate.

With Entretiens Silencieux, I want to show how, simply, one’s devotion to their work, art, and listening to the horse can release a universal emotion. It is an adventure which puts the viewer in a position of proximity, intimacy, almost indecency… So that they may surprise what is usually kept from sight.

Bartabas

With the support of the IRCAM, Manuel Poletti will create the sound rendering, generated and edited in real time, in order to put the intimacy of the man and the horse, evolving as one, in music.

This show is a part of the Festival Paris l’été.

Online booking *

Scenography, conception and staging: Bartabas

IRCAM Sound Creation and Placement: Manuel Poletti

IRCAM Sound Engineer: Clément Cerles & Lucas Ciret

Starring: Bartabas and his horse Tsar

Production: Théâtre équestre Zingaro

Coproduction : Festival d’Automne in Paris, IRCAM – Centre Pompidou

In partnership with the 49th Edition of the Festival d’Automne à Paris

Press :

Plan Bey
01 48 06 52 27 / bienvenue[at]planbey.com

Photo credit © Franck Fokerman

Zingaro Equestrian Theatre is supported by the French Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, DRAC Île-de France, Région Île-de France, Conseil Départemental de Seine-Saint-Denis and the city of Aubervilliers.

INFOS

In the Manège of the Palace of Versailles’ Great Stables
From Wednesday, July 14th to Wednesday, July 28th, 2021
At 11 AM
Rest days: Mondays & Fridays

Info & booking : www.parislete.fr/en / +33 1 44 94 98 00

Estimated duration: 1h10
Suitable for ages 12 and up

This show was created in Théâtre équestre Zingaro
as a part of Festival d’Automne à Paris

From Wednesday, December 16th, 2020 to Sunday, January 3rd, 2021:
shows were canceled due to the sanitary situation.

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Ex anima

“Like a breath of the soul,

“a horse neighs somewhere,

until the end of time.*

“For almost thirty years, horses have been the centre of the Zingaro adventure, living and working by our side. They are the inspiration of our creations, our source of desire.

In contact with them, we have learned to go wild, to receive the lessons they have been willing to teach us, to understand that they are a “memorial part of ourselves**”.

For this ultimate creation, I wanted to celebrate them as the true actors of this original “Equestrian Theatre”… To show a ritual without memory, a ceremony where the viewer will see the animal as the mirror of humanity.

In order to do so, we must learn to strip ourselves of our ego, to trade our individual body for a shared, anonymous body…  To be a mere presence in the background; to become “horse puppeteers” and with them, to discover new lands…” – Bartabas

* Joseph Delteil    ** Michel Onfray

Ex Anima is available on DVD here.

A creation by: Théâtre équestre Zingaro

Conception, stage direction, scenography: Bartabas

Original music:

François Marillier, Véronique Piron, Jean-Luc Thomas, Wang Li

Compositions based on the breath:

Instruments: Hulusi (Chinese flute) ; Tin-Whistles (Irish flutes) ; Bansurî (flute from north India) ; Shakuhachi, Ryuteki, Nôkan (Japanese flutes)

Produced by:

Théâtre Équestre Zingaro

Coproduced by:

Bonlieu Scène nationale Annecy,

Espace Malraux Scène nationale de Chambéry et de la Savoie,

Live Music Production, Théâtre de Caen, Le Quartz – Scène Nationale de Brest

Press Office: Rémi Fort – MYRA

+33 (0)1 40 33 79 13remi@myra.fr

Copyrights:

Photography © Marion Tubiana

Graphic Design: Vincent Kervel based based on an engraving of Hans Baldung Grien

Title design © Ernest Pignon-Ernest

With, in their own role:

Cintrón, Dominguín, Manzanares, Nimeño, Arruza, El Gallo, Belmonte, Bombita, Chicuelo, El Cordobés, Paquirri, El Soro, Manolete, El Viti, Guerre, Famine, Conquête, Misère, Lug, Dagda, Ogme, Nuada, Credne, Mac Oc, le Grincheux en alternance avec le Curieux, Angelo, Tsigane, Van Gogh, Calacas, Lucifer en alternance avec Bamako, Majestic, Noureev, la mule, l’âne, Le Caravage, Le Tintoret, Zurbarán, Posada, Soutine

with the cooperation of:

Bartabas, Marc Batailley, Yannick Boutet, Cécile Borry, Thierry Brillaud, Christophe Brisset, Henri Carballido, Marjolaine Carme, Lucie Delorme, Manon Demarcq, Mathieu Deveyer, Pierre-Léonard Guétal, Jeanne Guépratte, Philippe Imbréa, Thierry Imbréa, Julien Koch, Ouali Lahlouh, Yannick Laisné, Romane Lejaille, Edouard Lejeune, Julie-Sarah Ligonnière, Mathias Lyon, Coralie Martinot, François Marillier, Christelle Naddéo, Anne Perron, Véronique Piron, Sophie Prietz, Etienne Regnier, Emmanuelle Santini, Alice Seghier, Olivier Serpette, Jean-Luc Thomas, Camille Tartakowsky, Hervé Vincent, Léa Vuillemin, Justine Walter, Wang Li, David Weiser, Messaoud Zeggane.

2017 – 2019 TOUR

Ex Anima was created in Aubervilliers on October 17th, 2017.

Théâtre Zingaro – Aubervilliers, from October 17th, 2017 to March 11th, 2018

2018

Bonlieu Scène nationale d’Annecy and Espace Malraux Scène nationale de Chambéry et de la Savoie, April 19 – May 13

Live Music Production, Avenches (Suisse) June 8 – July 1st

Théâtre de Caen, September 29 – October 25

Théâtre Zingaro – Aubervilliers: November 9th, 2018 – March 3rd, 2019

2019

Hérault Culture, Béziers, April 23 – May 19 

Les Nuits de Fourvière, Parc de Parilly, June 14 – July 24 

Côte Ouest, Place des Quinconces, August 17 – September 14 

Le Quartz, Scène Nationale de Brest, Fort de Penfeld, October 4 – 27

Scène Nationale Châteauvallon – Liberté, Anse Eric Tabarly à Toulon, November 19 – December 15


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On achève bien les anges (Élégies)

“They shoot angels, don’t they?” (Elegies)

In a unique space – is it the bottom of a volcano? – Bartabas returns on stage and delivers us a fascinating equestrian and poetic musing. For this new creation, he comes down again in the arena like an archangel fallen from his purgatory.

Because here the sky of the angels announces of dry land and the surges aim to be cavalier. 

Even the paradise of horses is not an easy one anymore.

To which messenger should one dedicate themself, when the circle of hell keeps being reversed and the seraphs with bashed up wings keep reconquering their kingdom?

In which star to trust as we walk on a thread over volcanoes?

What assumption to believe in when the punishment happens to the sound of church organs?

With this new show, the thirteenth in thirty years, Zingaro pursues its indomitable, equestrian and poetic quest, into the unknown. The laughter also ambles often in this pit of chimeras, each time reinvented, where whitefaced clowns who look like butchers twist and turn on popular tunes.

On achève bien les anges (élégies) is available on DVD here.

A creation by: Théâtre équestre Zingaro

Conception, stage direction, scenography: Bartabas

Stage direction Assistant: Anne Perron

Costumes: Laurence Bruley, assisted by Yannick Laisné, Anaïs Abel, Lucie Bourdais, Julia Brochier, Sonia Evin, Thérèse Fert, Maud Lemercier, Samir N’ Khili

Wigs and make-up: Cécile Kretschmar

Accessories: Lélia Demoisy, Benjamin Lefebvre, Alicia Maistre, Johann Perruchon, Blueberry Pichon, Sébastien Puech, Roland Zimmermann

Photography: © Hugo Marty 

Title Design: Ernest Pignon-Ernest

Press Contact : DRC/ Dominique Racle

dominiqueracle@agencedrc.com

Coproduction

Les Nuits de Fourvière – Lyon

La Coursive, Scène Nationale de La Rochelle,

CIRCA, Pôle National Cirque – Auch,

Le Quartz, Scène Nationale de Brest.

On achève bien les anges (élégies) was created on June 8th, 2015 at Les Nuits de Fourvière festival  in Lyon.

With:

Horseriders:

Bartabas, Stéphane Drouard,

Michaël Gilbert, Loreleï Josserand,

Noureddine Khalid, Mathias Lyon,

Gaëlle Pollantru-Gevertz, Etienne Régnier,

Alice Séghier, Messaoud Zeggane.

Musicians:

François Marillier (Music Direction),

Janyves Coïc, Cyrille Lacombe,

Yuka Okazaki, William Panza, Paulus.

Butcher-confectioner: 

Riton Carballido

Horses:

Angelo, Antonete, Arruza, Barock, Belmonte, Bombita, Cagancho, Calacas, Le Caravage, Chicuelo, Conchita-Citron, Conquete, Dominguin, El Cordobes, El Gallo, El Soro, El Viti, Famine, Guerre, Joselito, Le Greco, Majestic, Manolete, Manzaneres, Misère, Nimeño, Paquiri, Posada, Soutine, Tarzan, Tintoret, Zurbaran, La Mule et L’âne.

2015-2016 TOUR 

Nuits de Fourvières – Lyon: June 8 – July 1, 2015

Circa – Auch: August 21 – September 9 ,2015

Théâtre Zingaro – Aubervilliers: October 23 – December 31, 2015

Le Quartz – Scène Nationale de Brest: March 26 – April 24, 2016

La Coursive – Scène Nationale de La Rochelle: May 3 – 22, 2016

Sortie Ouest- Béziers / Printemps des Comédiens: June 11 – July 10, 2016

Théâtre Zingaro – Aubervilliers: September 30 – December 31, 2016


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Golgota

After “Entr’aperçu” (“Glimpse”) and “Le Centaure et l’animal” (“The Centaur and the animal”), Bartabas returns to the stage for a « mano a mano » with contemporary flamenco dancer Andrés Marín, in a dialogue between man, animal, dance and the silent music of Tomas Luís de Victoria; proving once again that flamenco is a living art that knows no boundaries.

Golgota is available on DVD here.

Production: Bartabas and Andrés Marín

Conception, stage direction, scenography: Bartabas

Stage direction Assistant Anne Perron

Costumes: Sophie Manac’h and Yannick Laisné

Accessories: Sébastien Puech

Music: Tomás Luis de Victoria

Choreographed and performed by:

Andrés Marín and Bartabas

Musicians: Christophe Baska, Adrien Mabire, Marc Wolff

Actor: William Panza

Horses: Horizonte, Tintoret, Soutine, Champagne and Lautrec the donkey.

 

2013 – 2016 TOUR

Golgota was created on October 8th, 2013.

2013

Annecy – Aix-en-Provence – Amiens

2014

Paris – La Rochelle – Blagnac – Lyon – Perpignan – Châteauvallon – Vaison-la-Romaine – Torino (Italy) – Mulhouse – Brest – Antibes – Lorient – Tarbes – Albi

2015

Bordeaux – Quimper – Valenciennes – Roma (Italy)

2016

London (UK)


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Calacas

After having pounded the ground of his Théâtre Equestre Zingaro for more than a quarter of a century, Bartabas is now tackling the skies. There he intends to celebrate with renewed vigour, chasing after the grim reaper and the living dead on horseback. Prepare yourself to enter into the dance of the joyful soul, performed before your very eyes and above your head. A twofold, wild and furious carnival, led by the sound of Chinchineros drums, Mexican brass bands and the barrel organ, with, as always, the presence of horses, the surest psychopompos animal ever to act as escort, steed, messenger and guardian angel.

Calacas is available on VOD here and on DVD here.

A creation by: Théâtre équestre Zingaro

Conception, stage direction, scenography: Bartabas

Stage direction Assistant Anne Perron

Decorations and costumes: Laurence Bruley

Masks: Cécile Kretschmar

Musical advisor : Jean-Pierre Drouet

Coproduction: La Coursive – Scène Nationale de La Rochelle, Les Nuits de Fourvière – Lyon, LMP Music production – Switzerland.

Photography: © Agathe Poupeney (2 to 10) / © Hugo Marty – (11)

Title design: Ernest Pignon-Ernest

With

Horseriders: Laurence Dirou, Michaël Gilbert, Noureddine Khalid, Mathias Lyon, Gaëlle Pollantru, Etienne Régnier, Alice Seghier, Messaoud Zeggane

Musicians: Sébastien Clément (en alternance avec Théo Mérigeau), François Marillier (en alternance avec Richard Dubelski)

Chinchineros : Pepa Toledo et Luis Toledo

Le Baron as himself

Horses: Antonete, Arruza, Belmonte, Bombita, Cagancho, Calacas, Chamaco, Chicuelo, Conchita Citron, Dominguin, Edwin, El Cordobes, El Gallo, El Soro, El Viti, Espartaco, Joselito, Lobero, Majestic, Manolete, Manor, Manzanares, Nimeno, Paquiri, Phare Ouest, Posada, Tarzan

Calacas was created in Aubervilliers on November 2nd, 2011.

2012 – 2014 TOUR

2012

La Coursive, Scène Nationale de La Rochelle,

Festival des Nuits de Fourvière à Lyon,

CIRCA, Pôle National Cirque de Auch

Le Quartz, Scène Nationale de Brest.

Théâtre équestre Zingaro, Aubervilliers

2013

Mulhouse – Genève – Bègles – Aubervilliers

2014

Mexico City (Mexico) – Martigues – Yutz – Calais – Caen


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Le centaure et l'animal

“The centaur and the animal”

« Guided by man during the long apprenticeship that is dressage, the horse accesses a level of “knowledge”, thus turning man and animal into a centaur.

Conversely, man looks to bring back to the surface the animal instinct at the origins of his creation, like a journey back through evolution, a regression back into the deepest layers of his being. »

Bartabas

« Bartabas’s meeting with Ko Murobushi, one of the most famous and renowned artists in Japan, heir to Tatsumi Hijikata’s rules of Butoh, looks to be an exciting artistic adventure that examines the boundaries and passages between two sensitive and exceptional worlds. This proffered work also probes the question of animality and the relationship between man and beast, one of our many contemporary questions.

The intense depth of Ko Murobushi’s choreography and the poignant strength of Bartabas’ equestrian movements is set to open up an unexpected continent, which will undoubtedly propel us into a time and mythical space of deep and radiant beauty. »

Jose Montalvo

« Bartabas and Ko Murobushi conjure spells where body language, as if trapped in a halo of mystery, borrows from the imagination of Butoh or free dance. The horses, Horizonte, Soutine, Pollock and Le Tintoret, invite themselves into this ritual between wilderness and poetry. At the edge of genres, Le Centaure et l’animal establishes itself as a clearly spellbinding opera of the bodies, both human and animal. »

Philippe Noisette

Le Centaure et l’Animal is available on VOD here and on DVD here.

Conception, stage direction, scenography: Bartabas

Choreography: Ko Murobushi and Bartabas

Music: Jean Schwarz

Light: Françoise Michel

Production: Théâtre équestre Zingaro – Théâtre National de Chaillot – Sadler’s Wells Theatre – Arts 276/Automne en Normandie

With the support of Odyssud – Blagnac et of l’ EPCC Le Volcan, Scène nationale du Havre

Photography: © Nabil Boutros

With:

Bartabas and Ko Murobushi

and the participation of Raveendran Peringaden

Horses: Horizonte, Soutine, Pollock and Le Tintoret

Text by Lautréamont, from ‘Chants de Maldoror’

said by Jean-Luc Debattice

2010 – 2013 TOUR

Le Centaure et l’Animal was created on September 14th, 2010 at Odyssud-Blagnac

2010

Odyssud-Blagnac / Le Havre, Le Volcan – Festival Automne en Normandie / Paris – Théâtre national de Chaillot

2011

La Rochelle – La Coursive / Londres – Sadler’s wells (UK) / Montpellier / Barcelone (Espagne) – Turin – Annecy

2012

Brest / Amiens / Hong-Kong (Chine) / Bobigny

2013

Santiago (Chili)


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Darshan

Meaning “sight” or “vision” in Sanskrit, the term Darshan is a practice that consists in glimpsing the divine, such as in the temporary unveiling of the statue of a god or the fleeting contemplation of a special deity or holy person. This “vision” is meant to convey to the spectator some of the virtues and teachings attributed to the represented subject. Darshan thus combines visual solicitation and revelation. It reveals a part of what is invisible: it increases your sight tenfold.

For this Théâtre Equestre Zingaro’s creation, Bartabas has designed a huge circular shadow theatre in strange continuous movement, leading the audience into pleasant gravitation.

Once more, Bartabas invites us on a journey to our inner selves. He offers a palette of strong emotions that travel through time and space in a shadow theatre where dreams ride around on horses.

Darshan is available on VOD here and on DVD here.

A creation by: Théâtre équestre Zingaro

Conception, stage direction, scenography: Bartabas

Stage direction Assistant: Anne Perron

Photography

© Agathe Poupeney : (1, 2, 4, 6, 7 et 8)

© Antoine Poupel : (3, 5, 9 et 10)

With

Horseriders

Bartabas, Manuel Bigarnet, Marion Duterte, Michaël Gilbert, Pauline Gosselin, Solenn Heinrich, Gaëlle Pollantru-Gevertz, Benoît Margat, Étienne Régnier, Alice Seghier, Messaoud Zeggane

Horses

Antonete, Apollon, Arès, Ascleptos, Arruza, Belmonte, Bombita, Cagancho, Chamaco, Chicuelo, Chronos, Conchita, Citron, Déméter, Dionysos, Dominguin, Edwin, El Cordobes, El Gallo, El Soro, El Viti, Éros, Espartaco, Frascuelo, Héphaïstos, Héra, Hermès, Joselito, Lobero, Loulou 90, Majestic, Manolete, Manor, Manzanares, Nimeño, Pan, Paquiri, Poséidon, Xisto, Zeus and Horizonte.

TOUR 2009 – 2010

For the 25th anniversary of the Théâtre équestre  Zingaro, Bartabas decided not to go around the world with big tops, horses and caravans.

Taking the opposite direction, he chose to stay in his wooden theatre during the whole 2009-2010 season, and created Darshan for the first time in the Fort of Aubervilliers, where it was performed 175 times.


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Battuta

“Between the dark greens of Transylvania, the land of a thousand mountains, and the light green washes of Moldavia, woods and meadows stretch out with no fences or barbed wire to separate them into small portions. It is here or perhaps even further away over the horizon, that the musicians have their origins – musicians from the Transylvanian “taraf” of Cluj-Napoca and players in the Shukar fanfare from Zece Prajini in Moldavia. Sons of India, then heirs to the markets of Central Asia, called, depending where they are, Romany, “tsigane”, “manouche”, “yéniche”, “gitan”, gypsy, Circassian, Bohemian, “romanichel” or “marligodier” – terms that today all have a more or less marginal connotation, and which are the milestones on their long journey to the west. In Romania, they can talk to each other in Romanian, Hungarian and sometimes even in German. At the time of the First Empire, they still had their place as genealogical bards and advisors to the princes in power in Central Europe since the 14th century and they possessed herds of well-fed livestock and horses. However, the language they speak amongst themselves, Romany, is derived from Sanskrit, and Indo-European words ring strangely in the ears of contemporary listeners. So, “Battuta”, the name of the show, a word used both in Romany and Rumanian, enters into the game of zigzagging definitions.

In the energy of the battuta, Bartabas releases, one after the other, the keys to the show and perhaps its enigmas as well, for despite its musical framework, the show is very different from simply being an evocation of Central European gypsies.”

Françoise Gründ

Battuta film is available on VOD here and on DVD here.

A creation by: Théâtre équestre Zingaro

Conception, stage direction, scenography: Bartabas

Stage direction Assistant: Anne Perron

Costumes of the riders and horses: Marie-Laurence Schakmundès and Sylvie Berthou

Costume makers: Eve Leroux, Evelyne Mettot, Alain de Raucourt, Gérard Viard, Yannick Laisné, Mathilde Augereau

Costume of the bear: Gérard Viard

Dresser: Yannick Laisné

Photography © Antoine Poupel

Production

Théâtre Équestre Zingaro, Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts, Festival d’Avignon, Théâtre de Namur, La Coursive, Scène Nationale de La Rochelle.

With:

Horseriders:

Mathieu Bianchi, Manuel Bigarnet, Julie Blavier, Sarah Boulier, Damien Chauvet, Sébastien Desenne, Abderrahman El Bahjaoui, Abdessadek El Bahjaoui, Michael Gilbert, Benjamin Grain, Solenn Heinrich, Jonathan Lambert, Alice Seghier, Batraz Tsokolaev, Cédric Vallas, Messaoud Zeggane

Moldavian Shukar brass band:

Costel Alexandru, Gheorghe Dumitru, Dumitru Gavril, Vasile Gavril, Constantin Pantiru, Costica Pantiru, David Pantiru, Janica Pantiru, Liviu Pantiru, Stefan Trifan

Transylvanian Taraf :

Francisc Balogh, Aladar Pusztai, Florin Szilaghi, Alexiu Turca, Kalman Urszuj

Horses

Apollon, Ares, Chronos, Demeter, Dionysos, Eros, Hephaistos, Hera, Hermès, Pan, Poseidon, Zeus, Antonete, Arruza, Belmonte, Bombita, Cagancho, Chamaco, Chicuelo, Conchita, Dominguin, El Cordobes, El Gallo, El Soro, El Viti, Espartaco, Frascuelo, Joselito, Manolete, Manzanares, Nimeno, Paquiri. Lobéro, Loulou, Meia lua, Monoi. and Narthex the donkey

 

2006 – 2009 TOUR

Battuta was created in Istanbul in May, 2006 and performed more than 430 times in France and abroad.

2006

Istanbul (Turkey) – Avignon (FR) – Namur (Belgium) – Luxembourg (L.) – Aubervilliers (FR)

2007

Rennes (FR) – La Rochelle (FR) – Avenches (Switzerland) – Aubervilliers (FR)

2008

Hong-Kong (China) – Poznan (Poland) – Lyon (FR) – Brussels (Belgium) – Aubervilliers (FR)

2009

Tokyo (Japan) – Moscow (Russia)


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Lever de soleil

“Sunrise”

Far from ingenious devices and tricks and just long enough for the sun to rise, Bartabas parts with the spectacular in favour of listening and touching on the basics, savouring with the audience a magical moment, suspended in time and unpretentious, in which the relationship between man and beast is reinvented.

From Fès to Avignon, not forgetting Paris, Bartabas made his silent “prayer” accompanied by music.

This is not a show. There is nothing to see and everything to experience.

Bartabas has chosen to share this precious, fragile moment “almost unashamedly”: his daily routine with his horses, at dawn.

Horserider : Bartabas

Horse : Le Caravage

Charcoal drawings by Jean-Louis Sauvat

Lever de Soleil was created in 2006 and performed in:

2006 : Paris, Avignon (FR), Namur (Belgium)

2007 : Ile d’Aix, Fès (Morocco), Laon (FR)

2008 : Lyon (FR)

2009 : Paris

2010 : Printemps des Comédiens – Montpellier (FR)

2011 : Fère en Tardenois (FR), St Michel en Thiérache (FR), Meinier (Switzerland)

2012 : Fontevraud Abbey (FR), Saint-Denis (FR), Brest (FR)

2013 : Lormont (FR), Blanquefort (FR)

2017 : Saint-Michel en Thiérache Abbey (FR)

2018 : Lake of Annecy (FR), Saint-Jorioz (FR)

2019 : Villenave-d’Ornon (FR)

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Entr'aperçu

“Glimpse”

“So many things, half-seen, can never be seen.”

Victor Segalen – in ‘Paintings”

Bartabas takes us in the footsteps of Victor Segalen. Among landscapes and calligraphy, the China that is suggested is then revealed within the framework of a very intimate voyage. For the first time, Bartabas is directing a show on a theatre stage: the ‘ring master’ is tackling the frontal stage of the Théâtre du Châtelet.

For this venture, Bartabas has chosen horses as his travelling companions, lost in these Chinese landscape paintings… Amongst tulle and kakemonos, shadows and light, the stage is transformed. The reality is no longer perceptible: all we can do is catch glimpses of it. This change of perception will enable us to truly experience this imaginary voyage.

Entr’Aperçu is available on VOD here and on DVD here.

Photography

© Fred Chehu (1, 2 and 4 to 10)

© Antoine Poupel (3 and 11)

 

Conception, stage direction: Bartabas

Stage direction Assistant: Anne Perron

Assisted by: Camille Foucher

Musical creation: Jean-Pierre Drouet

Music instruments created by: Claudine Brahem

Scenography and video: Eric Duranteau

Scenography collaborator: Murielle Trembleau

Calligraphy, paintings: Yolaine Escande

Costumes: Yohji Yamamoto, Marie-Laurence Schakmundès, Gérard Viard

Lights creation: Manuel Bernard, Loïc Merrien

Sonic space design: Etienne Bultingaire

Horse logistics: Etienne Gasson

Horse carers: Anne-Laure Clusaz, Laetitia Mouis, Léa Forge, Cécile Kluk, Sarah Boulier

Dresser: Yannick Laisné

With

Bartabas

Sole Mïo

Miyoko Schida

Shadows

Francis Fouchier, Franck Bonnot

Musicians

Jean-Pierre Drouet, Gaston Sylvestre

Horses

Horizonte, Le Caravage, Lobero, Pantruche, Soulages, Zanzibar, Mars, Vénus, Pluton, Saturne, Mercure, Jupiter

The words of Victor Segalen are read by Bartabas

Thanks to Renato Berta, Yohji Yamamoto, Théâtre Zingaro, Paraiso Production Diffusion, France Culture

DATES

‘Entr’Aperçu‘ was created for the Théâtre du Châtelet (Paris) and performed from September 14 to 23, 2004.


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Loungta

“To approach Tibet, even just with imagination or thought, is already an elevation. By exploring a sphere like this one, rendering it with sudden intuitions and transfigured scenes, Bartabas performs a new prodigy. In “Loungta, les chevaux de vent” (“the horses of wind”), he draws his inspiration, as accurately as possible, and with great respect, from a singular civilization with a unique spirituality, without drifting away from his horseman perspectives, his personal quest, his aesthetics.

Here, the breath of Tibet, with its rites, its dances, its masks, its symbols and the deep songs of the Gyuto monks, imposes itself with appearances, violent tremors, calm meditations, contorted parades, as if the merry-go-round of existence was performed against a sheer, rear background, on every visible and invisible modes, as if the glimpsed images combined the force of a wraith and the power of revelation. In every instant, the gaze is alarmed, enchanted, pushed around, invited to follow paths through airlocks of light and shadows, with unexpected breaks, flashes of conscience, unveilings turned into offerings.” – André Velter

Loungta is available on VOD here and on DVD here.

A creation by: Théâtre équestre Zingaro

Conception, stage direction, scenography: Bartabas

Stage direction Assistant: Anne Perron

Costumes: Marie-Laurence Schakmundes, assisted by Eve Leroux, Elisabeth Cerqueira, Evelyne Mettot, François Siméon, Yannick Laisné, Alain de Raucourt

Masks: Ehrard Stiefel with Dominique Contesso assisted by Aydé Rouvière and Sigfrido Rivera

Hats and accessories: Gérard Viard

Make-up and hairstyles: Caroline Roy-Gönpo

Painting of the Dome and sets: Didier Martin and Laurence Durlot, Anne Garcia, Valia Sanz

Photography © Antoine Poupel

Production:

Théâtre Zingaro, in coproduction with the Theatre of Namur-ADAC, Le Cargo/Maison de la culture de Grenoble, Lille 2004, La Coursive – scène nationale de La Rochelle.

With the support of the French Ministère de la Culture, Conseil Général de Seine-Saint-Denis and the City of Aubervilliers.

Many thanks to the Department of Culture of the French Embassy in Delhi, to Mr. Tashi Phuntsok and Mr. Wangpo Bashi – Office of the Tibet in Paris, representative of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

With:

Horseriders: Bartabas, Manuel Bigarnet, Ketile Dubus, Abderrahman El Bahjaoui, Mickael Gilbert, Benjamin Grain, Solenn Heinrich, Elodie Mathieu, Etienne Régnier, Igor Verlivskoï, Messaoud Zeggane

Tibetan Singer – dancer: Tenzin Gönpo

Dancers – musicians: Fabrice Andriamilantonirinason, Abdouel Karimou

The monks of the Monastery of Gyuto: Jhamba Genden, Lobsang Dargey, Tenzin Norbu, Migur Dorjee, Gyurmey Chogyal, Tashi Yoeser, Dhondup Thinlay, Lobsang Dorjee, Ngawang Thapkhe, Tsering Wangchuck

Horses: Apollon, Arès, Ascleptos, Chronos, Coppi, Darri, Demeter, Dionysos, Eros, Flash Okie Reina, Hades, Hephaistos, Hera, Hermes, Heza Great Royal Kid, Horizonte, Kid Label, King Black Solano, Le Caravage, Lobéro, Pan, Pantruche, Poseidon, Priape, Zanzibar, Zeus, and Narthex the donkey

Loungta was created in Moscow in May 2003 and performed 485 times in France and abroad.

2003-2005 TOUR

2003

Moscow (Russia) – Avignon – Namur (Belgium) – Grenoble – Aubervilliers

2004

Rennes – La Rochelle – Barcelona (Spain) – Nancy – Lille – Aubervilliers

2005

Tokyo (Japan) – Avenches (Switzerland) – Rome (Italy)


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Triptyk

For the first time ever, Bartabas has choreographed a dance of horses and riders on composed pieces of music: ‘The Rite of Spring’ and the ‘Symphony of Psalms’ by Stravinsky and ‘Dialogue de l’Ombre Double‘ by Pierre Boulez.

Triptyk is available on DVD here.

A creation by: Théâtre équestre Zingaro

Conception, stage direction, scenography: Bartabas

Stage direction Assistants: Patricia Lopez, Anne Perron

Choreography Assistant: Julio Arozarena

Costumes: Marie-Laurence Schakmundés, assisted by: Eve Leroux, Perrine Coquin, Virginia Foal, Hadja Seghiri, Emerantine Vignon

Bootmaker: Patrick Valdivia

Make-up creation: Isabelle Guillaume

Headgear creation: Estelle Ramousse, Isabelle Guillaume

Sculptures: Jean-Louis Sauvat

Photography © Antoine Poupel

With

Horseriders: Bartabas, Dominique Beslay, Manuel Bigarnet, Kétile Dubus, Abderrahman El Bahjaoui, Abdessadek El Bahjaoui, Michael Gilbert, Laure Guillaume, Magali Huercio, Laetitia Letourneur, Elodie Mathieu, Pénélope Purtell ou Pamela Djae, Etienne Régnier, Messaoud Zeggane.

Dancers: Julio Arozarena, Anouck Tissot.

Kalaripayatt Dancers : Shamsudheen Areekal Meethel, Sreenivasan Edappurath, Unni Krishnan Inneerakath Madhavan, Manoj Palamparambil Kuttan, Binoy Palayil Abraham, Raveendran Peringadan Sankuru, Rakesh Pulukkaol.

Clarinet player : (alternately) Alain Damiens (solist at l’Ensemble Inter Contemporain) or Yoshinobu Kamei

Horses: Akim, Babile, Balanchine. Barychnikov, Coppi, Dari, Est, Farinelli, Gitan, Goya, Grain d’or, Horizonte, Lifar, Luz, Nijinsky, Noureev, Nord, Ouest, Picasso, Porcinelli, Ramonero, Riton regent, Sud.

2000-2002 TOUR

Triptyk was created in Amsterdam in April 2000 and performed more than 370 times in France and abroad.

2000

Amsterdam (Netherlands) – Lausanne (Switzerland) – Avignon – Anvers (Belgium) – Villepinte – Aubervilliers

2001

La Rochelle – Lyon – Moscow (Russia) – Barcelona (Spain) – Namur (Belgium) – Athens (Greece) – Aubervilliers

2002

St Etienne – Montpellier – Los Angeles (USA)

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Éclipse

“[…] For Zingaro, each representation is but a step of a long journey. Eclipse is showing the path traveled. A new approach: dancers have become riders alongside riders turned dancers. A new constraint this time: no more colours, only darkness and light. Foremost, a new musical encounter: the Shinawi melodies and the “bloody voices” of Pansori song; or the sharing by the tribe of the ancestral inner strength from the land of calm mornings: Korea. […]” – Anne Laurent

Eclipse is available on VOD here and on DVD here.

A creation by: Théâtre équestre Zingaro

Conception, stage direction, scenography: Bartabas

Costumes

Conception and making of costumes: Marie-Laurence Schakmundes, with: Hélène Dumont, Malika El Houssine, Yannick Laisné, Eve Leroux, Evelyne Mettot, Denis Charlemagne.

Make-up: Isabelle Guillaume

Wigs: Marandino

Horses’ costumes: Yannick Laisné, Jocelyn Petot, Max Soulignac.

Photography: © Antoine Poupel

Production

Théâtre Zingaro – Rurhfestspiele in Recklinghausen – Théâtre de Vidy in Lausanne – Festival d’Avignon – Roularta Events in Anvers – La Coursive in La Rochelle – Théâtre du Gymnase in Marseille.

Partners

With the support of: the French Ministère de la Culture, of Conseil Général de Seine-Saint-Denis and the City of Aubervilliers.

With the support of La Maison des Cultures du Monde.

Special thanks to:  l’UBP Madeleine, French Cultural Centre in Seoul, Korean Cultural Centre in Paris.

With :

Horseriders : 

Julio Arozarena, Bartabas, Nathalie Barot, Manuel Bigarnet, Catherine Bosch, Kétile Dubus, Abderrahman El Bahjaoui, Laure Guillaume, Etienne Regnier, Quincella Swyningan, Aicha Touré, Messaoud Zeggane.

Korean music:

Singer of Pansori : Sung-Sook Chung

Musicians : Jong Lak Roh, Sung Su Han, In Tae Kim, Sean Jea Kim, Dae Gu Lee, Kee Young Nam.

Horses:

Brosok, Diktor, Djinn, Dombay, Domino, Donor, Edwin, El Chulo, Felix, Gamo, Horizonte, Lautrec, Meaoula, Mowgli, Orlof, Ocliv, Picasso, Quixotte, Ryton Regent, Sold’Oa, Sultan, Terminator, Vinaigre, Xantos, Xérès, Zingaro.

1997 – 1999 Tour

Eclipse was created in Recklinghausen (Germany) in May 1997 and performed 376 times in France and abroad

1997

Recklinghausen (Germany) – Lausanne (Switzerland) – Avignon (FR) – Anvers (Belgium) – Aubervilliers (FR)

1998

La Rochelle (FR) – Marseille (FR)  – New-York (USA) – Aubervilliers (FR)

1999

Aubervilliers (FR) – Lyon (FR) – Spoleto (Italy) – Namur (Belgium)


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Chimère

“Chimera”

The Théâtre équestre Zingaro stirs together several travel cultures, which gave birth to it and inspired it. Suffused with the heritage of its imaginary ancestors, the Zingaro tribe slowly became a wandering people, with ancestral cultures. With Chimère, Zingaro goes back in time, guided by horses towards the banks of the Indian civilization, in the desert plains of Thar, to the origins of the nomadic people.

Chimère is available on VOD here and on DVD here.

A creation by: Théâtre équestre Zingaro

Conception, stage direction, scenography: Bartabas

Stage direction Assistant: Patricia Lopez

Conception and making of costumes: Marie-Laurence Schakmundes with Hélène Dumont, Yannick Laisné

Horses’ costumes: Marie Cabanac, Maïka Fernandez

Photography © Antoine Poupel

Production

Théâtre Zingaro – Ruhrfestspiele – Conseil général de Seine Saint-Denis – Festival d’Avignon with the support of the French Ministère de la Culture and the City of Aubervilliers

with the cooperation of Adami

with the cooperation of la Maison des Cultures du Monde

Special thanks to M. Keshav Kothari, M. Komal Kothari and to the UBP.

With :

Horseriders: Bartabas, Manuel Bigarnet, Shantih Breikers, Jean-Pierre Drouet or François Bedel, Arnaud Gillette, Laure Guillaume, Claire Leroy, Brigitte Marty, Pierrick Moreau, Jocelyn Petot, Bernard Quental, Etienne Regnier, Eva Schakmundes, Shantala Shivalingappa or Mahalaksami Ravindran, Max Soulignac

Musicians from Rajasthan

Anwar Khan, Barkat Khan, Bundu Khan, Fakir Khan, Ghewar Khan, Habib Khan, Hakam Khan, Kheta Khan, Nagge Khan, Samundar Khan

Group leader: Sawaî Singh Rathore

Horses: L’Araignée, Boris, Diktor, Djin, Dombay, Domino, Felix, Felouz, Goya, Jazz, Latoso, Lautrec, Micha-Figua, Orlof, Quichotte, Raspoutine, Redondo, Ryton Regent, Sol d’oa, Swann, Vinaigre, Verano, Xantos, Xeres, Zingaro, Zorba

TOUR 1994-1996 

“Chimère” was created in Recklinghausen (Germany) in May 1994 and performed more than 400 times in France and abroad.

1994

Recklinghausen (Germany) – Vienna – Avignon – Lausanne (Switzerland) – Aubervilliers

1995

Brussels (Belgium) – La Rochelle – Lausanne (Switzerland) – Lyon – Aubervilliers

1996

Toulouse – Montpellier – Nice – Marseille – Anvers (Belgium) – New-York (USA)


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Opéra équestre

“Equestrian Opera”

“Through the encounter of its nomadic ancestors, Zingaro goes deeper into its quest for an archaic identity. As a witness and partner in this human adventure, the horse reflects the identity of the man by his side and is a result of his history and spiritual aspirations. […] In this ritual challenge of a show, two tribes of riders and singers – one influenced by the Berbers, the other by the Caucasians – meet and compete with each other, playing on their differences and similarities.” – Bartabas

Opéra Équestre is available on DVD here.

A creation by: Théâtre équestre Zingaro

Conception, stage direction, scenography: Bartabas

Costumes: Marie-Laurence Schakmundès

Photography © Antoine Poupel

With: 

Horseriders: Bartabas, Manu Bigarnet, Shantih Breikers, Pierre Furic, Patrick Labasque, Claire Leroy, Alfred Manuel, Brigitte Marty, Jocelyn Petot, Pascal Petot, Bernard Quental, Etienne Régnier, Geneviève Renon, Eva Schakmundès, Juliette Sane, Max Soulignac

Musicians: Fatima Aibout, Tamaz Butskhrikidze, Jean-Pierre Drouet, Maizer Gazdeliani, Aïni Iften, Toma Karanadze, Yvan Kavlelichivili, Tariel Khatchidze, Nadia Lekaf, Chota Machakadze, Levieri Mikadze, Afida Tahri, Rkia Tahri, Chermadis Tchkouaseli, Samia Yahiaoui, Tamaz Zakarachvili

Horses: Arlequin, Athys, Boris, Dicktor, Djinn, Dolaci, Dombay, Domino, Félix, Istanbul, Jazz, Latoso, Micha Figa, Orlov, Pacha, Quixote, Rarouck, Raspoutine, Redondo, Ryton Régent, Swann, Timour, Verano, Zingaro

Donkeys: Amos, Lucienne, Popov and Caramel the camel 

TOUR 1991-1993

Recklinghausen (Germany), Avignon, Aubervilliers, Lyon, Montpellier, Nancy, Caen, le Havre, Toulouse, Anvers (Belgium), Madrid (Spain)


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Cabaret équestre

“Its caravans, its music and its horses make it look like a circus but here, the show is a ritual, the music a vocation and the love of horses a religion. There are no ‘numbers’ but rather a touch, a note, a whole, a moment, a scene…”

  • Bartabas

The Cabaret Équestre film was recorded at Théâtre Zingaro, Aubervilliers (FR) in May,1990 and is available on DVD here.

A creation by: Théâtre équestre Zingaro

Conception, stage direction, scenography: Bartabas

Photography © Alain Sauvan (4 & 7)

Presidents: Richard Esteban (aka « le Potier »), Dominique Girard (aka « le Baron »)

Cast in Cabaret I :

Horseriders: Bartabas, Branlo, Cascabelle, Geza, Igor, Bernard Malandin, Napoléon Gulliver, Nigloo

Horses: Akim, Champagne, Chaparo, Dolaci, Mirage, Raymonde (the Mule), Redondo, Zingaro

“Les Micos”: Mathias Crespin, Gaby, Frank Herscher, Marcus, Paulus

Cast in Cabaret II :

Horseriders: Bartabas, Cascabelle, François Castiello, Pierre Furic, Igor, Lily, Geza Orgon

Horses: Akim, Champagne, Chaparo, Djiboujip, Dolaci, Ganesh, Micha Figa, Quixote, Redondo, Riton Régent, Vinaigre, Zingaro, Lucienne (donkey), Raymonde (mule)

“Les Micos”: Daniel Bonin, Henri Carballido, Nicolas Chavanne, Luigi, Pierre Meunier

Cast in Cabaret III :

Horseriders: Pierre-Claude Artus, Bartabas, Cascabelle, Bernard Malandin, Hélène Myara, Geza Orgon, Jocelyn Petot, Gérard Pierrat, Etienne Régnier, Eva Schakmundès, André Sicamois

Horses: Akim, Champagne, Chaparo, Dolaci, Ganesh, Latoso, Micha, Figa, Quixote, Raspoutine, Redondo, Riton Régent, Vinaigre, Zingaro, Lucienne (donkey), Raymonde (mule)

“Les Micos”: Henri Carballido, Joseph Langley, Alfred Manuel, Thierry Manuel, Francis Portero, Bertrand Pouchin, Roger des Près

TOURS

Cabaret I Tour (1984 – 1987) : Bordeaux, Nîmes, Paris, Les Mureaux, Martigues, Avignon (Festival Off), Aurillac, Poitiers, Chambéry, Montpellier, Riom, Lyon, Hérouville, Toulouse, Epinal, Mulhouse, Saint-Étienne, Madrid, Logroño, Zamora, Avila, Sitges, Yverdon, Geneva, Lausanne, Monthey, Sarrebruck, Nuremberg.

Cabaret II Tour (1987 – 1989) : Avignon (Festival Off), Paris, Nantes, le Havre, Lyon, Reims, Villeneuve d’Ascq, Lille, Bordeaux, Villeurbanne, Modène, Milan, Rome, Naples, Bari, Sant’arcangelo, Pontedera, Volterra, Mantoue, Massa, Copenhagen, Arhus, Geneva, Namur.

Cabaret III Tour (1989 – 1990) : Avignon (Festival In), Aubervilliers, Modena, Milano, Roma, Volterra.


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